Put public’s interest first
Lack of competition Tuesday in some legislative elections was no accident. When politicians redraw districts, it is bound to happen. A nonpartisan redistricting process would better serve the public’s interest.
Tuesday’s general election gave voters the opportunity to choose the candidates they support for president, Congress, the state Legislature, and county positions, not to mention a chance to pass judgment on a state constitutional amendment and a referendum here or there.
It all looks so straightforward as voters, with pens in hand, mark their choices. Election Day is the people’s day, right?
Not as much as it should be.
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